Today Ben and I attended Inspirations 2010 held at the Yorkshire Air Museum – one of the events run by NYBEP to encourage STEM work (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). We ran an exhibition stand allowing the school groups and teachers to have a play with the Apollo Ensemble and control some sounds and lights. The stand also featured one of the pieces from the ‘Me, Myself and MRI‘ exhibition, allowing people to see how the Apollo technology could be integrated into different applications.
You can just see the edge of our stand on the right of this photo, dominated by the fantastic ‘Angel of the North’ sculpture by Bradford Girls’ Grammar School pupil Amber Thiara.
We were really pleased to see that one of the students we had been working with from York College had his work on display as part of the competition. You can see a photo of Daniels full scale mock-up of an alternative Ensemble Hub enclosure on the Inspirations website.